This information provides reference materials for the
various APIs that are available.
This information includes various API reference guides. For more descriptive
material, including tutorials, see the Developer Guide.
The REST API lets you access content in an on-premise Alfresco repository, and in Alfresco cloud, from your own applications. The API is RESTful, which means each call is an HTTP request, so you don't even need a programming language to try it out. You can just type a URL address in a web browser.
When you need to create new services in Alfresco, or develop applications or customizations that cannot be implemented at the web script level, it is necessary to write those extensions in Java. Alfresco provides numerous Java-level APIs, which are documented through the JavaDoc system.
FreeMarker templates can be used to generate the view component of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern.
This information provides reference material for web script options, objects, and methods.
Spring Surf API